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  # 914926 14-Oct-2013 16:49
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the .22 firmware


84.05.22

ftp://service.avm.de/Downgrade/FRITZ!Box%20Fon%20WLAN%207390/english/FRITZ.Box_Fon_WLAN_7390.en-de-es-it-fr.84.05.22.image




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  # 914931 14-Oct-2013 16:59
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hio77: that sawtooth at 200 is pretty impressive.. crosstalk ild say.

at 7db attenuation, its border line for what we can figure, but a shot at it none the less.

error rate looks pretty good for a 10db SNR too.


I'm not sure why it's dipped to 10db, it is set at the standard of 12. I haven't done any tweaking.

 
 
 
 


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  # 914932 14-Oct-2013 17:01
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hio77: that sawtooth at 200 is pretty impressive.. crosstalk ild say.

at 7db attenuation, its border line for what we can figure, but a shot at it none the less.

error rate looks pretty good for a 10db SNR too.


I'm not sure why it's dipped to 10db, it is set at the standard of 12. I haven't done any tweaking.


well then, that could be a sign of it testing for 17a, DLM does do odd things like that, as far as we can gather... assumed you were tweaking




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hio77:well then, that could be a sign of it testing for 17a...


That would be nice!

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Paul1977:
hio77:well then, that could be a sign of it testing for 17a...


That would be nice!


if only 17a was manually set purely off a attenuation figure eh? 




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  # 915052 14-Oct-2013 21:21
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making progress...





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  # 915250 15-Oct-2013 09:56
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Hmmm.... errors have settled quite high since my last resync, not too high I hope. But it's the fastest sync I've ever had!




 
 
 
 


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  # 915259 15-Oct-2013 10:17
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still not settled in...






a downgrade is on the cards for today.




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  # 915274 15-Oct-2013 10:40
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Sadly SNR tweaking (even via Telnet) doesn't work for the 7340 on .51 FW :(




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HiTM4N: Sadly SNR tweaking (even via Telnet) doesn't work for the 7340 on .51 FW :(


Pretty easy solution. I can't see any reason to be running .51 TBH.

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stevehodge:
HiTM4N: Sadly SNR tweaking (even via Telnet) doesn't work for the 7340 on .51 FW :(


Pretty easy solution. I can't see any reason to be running .51 TBH.


the pretterier graphs? the stats that you cant hover over to see exact values?

sarcasm aside, i dont see why snap even ship with .51 anymore considering they advise against it.




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hio77:
stevehodge:
HiTM4N: Sadly SNR tweaking (even via Telnet) doesn't work for the 7340 on .51 FW :(


Pretty easy solution. I can't see any reason to be running .51 TBH.


the pretterier graphs? the stats that you cant hover over to see exact values?

sarcasm aside, i dont see why snap even ship with .51 anymore considering they advise against it.

Built some 'freetz' images back on .51 that I'm testing. 

If everything works out will rebase them on .22

If anyone wants to give freetz a go, PM me. However I am building for 7340 and naked VDSL. If anyone with a 7390 wants to try too, then I will need a tester as I cant test without a device.

But thats all very off topic




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I wouldnt say fretz is off topic at all.. it has some pretty handy modules in it which I could see many here making use of.




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Have you got bridging working with the fritzbox using freetz?

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sidefx: Have you got bridging working with the fritzbox using freetz?

Not yet, but that was my main reason for looking into Freetz. Don't have much experience with bridge-utils though




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